Барашкова по Биболетовой, 6. Часть 2. Unit 8

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Complete the following sentences with “a, the” or no article.
1. I never have coffee for breakfast.
2. Wait a minute. The coffee is hot.
3. Betty’s parents are fond of music. Her mother can play the piano, her father can play the guitar.
4. Somebody is playing the violin. Do you like music?
5. Is there salt in the cupboard?
6. Where is salt? Could you pass the salt, please?
7. Bears like honey.
8. Where did you buy the honey? I like it very much.
9. There is honey in the fridge.
10. There is a sandwich in the lunchbox.
Complete the following sentences with the or no article.
1. Where is St Paul’s cathedral? — It’s in the City.
2. Where is the Tretyakov Gallery? — It’s in the centre of Moscow.
3. Have you been to the Museum of Fine Arts?
4. Is the National Gallery far from the British Museum?
5. Is Red Square bigger than Trafalgar Square?
6. We’ll speak about the Tower of London at the end of the lesson.
7. Who lives in Buckingham Palace?
8. The houses of Parliament stand beside the Thames.
9. What can you tell us about the Pacific Ocean?
10. Nina’s sisters want to be students of the Moscow University.
Complete the following sentences with “the” or no article.
1. He is from the East.
2. He wrote novels and stories about the North.
3. The sun sets in the west.
4. Have you got any books about North America?
5. We usually go to the South in summer.
6. I’d like to go to South Africa next winter.
7. Are there any industrial cities in the south of Russia?
8. Are there many lakes in the south of England?
9. Is it cold in winter in the north of Europe?
10. What can you tell us about the South Pole?
Complete the following sentences with “a, the” or no article.
1. Don’t ask me the same question!
2. Friday is the sixth day of the week.
3. The Orlovs’ flat is on the fifth floor.
4. The Dubovs live on the same floor.
5. We sang the same song.
6. It was such a nice song.
7. Is it the best song?
8. That is the main problem.
9. What is the main idea of the book?
10. There is a book in the bag.
Complete the sentences as in the example.
I like swimming. I am fond of swimming.
1. She likes teaching. She is fond of teaching.
2. We like running. We are fond of running.
3. I like playing the piano. I am fond of playing the piano.
4. They like reading short stories. They are fond of reading.
5. The girls like reading tales. The girls are fond of reading tales.
6. Jane likes collecting postcards. Jane is fond of collecting postcards.
7. Tom likes playing computer games. Tom is fond of playing computer games.
8. I like listening to music. I am fond of listening to music.
9. Granny likes making cakes. Granny is fond of making cakes.
10. My sister likes talking on the telephone. My sister is fond of talking on the telephone.
Complete the sentences as in the example using the verbs from the list.
buy get go have listen make (2) plant play read talk
I enjoy listening to classical music.
1. My friend enjoys reading letters.
2. We enjoy getting presents.
3. Mr Smith enjoys going abroad.
4. His mother enjoys making cakes.
5. I enjoy having parties.
6. Little Ted enjoys talking to people.
7. Mrs Smith enjoys planting trees.
8. Olga enjoys reading detective stories.
9. My cousins enjoy making snowmen.
10. My dog enjoys playing with the toy.
A. Fill in the appropriate preposition.
1. Do you like listening to music?
2. Listen to me!
3. You must listen to the teacher.
4. Don’t listen to him!
5. Let’s listen to his song.
B. Translate into English.
6. Давайте слушать музыку. Let’s listen to music.
7. Послушай его! Listen to him!
8. Ты должен слушать учителя. You must listen to a teacher.
9. Ты хочешь послушать это стихотворение? Do you want to listen to the poem?
10. He слушай ее! Don’t listen to her!
A. Fill in the appropriate preposition.
1. He is fond of music.
2. He likes listening to classical music.
3. He is fond of playing the piano.
4. Are you fond of playing computer games?
5. Who is fond of collecting postcards?
B. Translate into English using “fond of”.
6. Я люблю читать. I am fond of reading.
7. Ты любишь плавать? Are you fond of swimming?
8. Кто любит компьютерные игры? Who is fond of computer games?
9. Она любит играть на пианино. She is fond of playing the piano.
10. Он любит птиц. He is fond of birds.
Complete the sentences with “myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, yourselves or themselves”.
1. Don’t help him. He should do the exercise myself.
2. I am sure I can do everything himself.
3. Will the computer turn itself off?
4. Sam, can you do it yourself?
5. Children, you must do everything yourselves.
6. Nobody helped him, so he cleaned the house himself.
7. Where is the mirror? We’d like to look at ourselves.
8. David, be careful! Don’t hurt yourself!
9. Mr Brown showed us the playground, the swimming pool and the school yard. Everything was nice, but the school itself was bad.
10. I can’t believe that little Mary has built the house herself.
Fill in suitable reflexive pronouns (myself etc).
1. Do you like the salad? I have made it myself.
2. When you look in a mirror, you can see yourself.
3. Mrs Wilson told her children, “Look at yourselves in the mirror!”
4. I like Mary’s dress. Did she make it herself?
5. He looked at himself in the mirror and laughed.
6. We didn’t like the party. We didn’t enjoy ourselves.
7. Tom, you will enjoy yourself if you travel by train.
8. Thank you for a nice day. I have enjoyed myself.
9. “I can’t tell him the truth now,” she said to herself.
10. All the people were enjoying themselves.
Translate into English.
1. Он сделает это сам. He can do it himself.
2. Она сделает это сама. She can do it herself.
3. Я сделаю это сам. I can do it myself.
4. Они сделают это сами. They can do it themselves.
5. Мы сделаем это сами. We can do it ourselves.
6. Дети сделают это сами. The children can do it themselves.
7. Дети, вы сделаете это сами. Children, you can do it yourselves.
8. Ты сделаешь это сам. You can do it yourself.
9. Котенок сделает это сам. The kitten can do it itself.
10. Катя сделает это сама. Kate can do it herself.
Make questions.
Tom’s uncle travels a lot.
Who travels a lot?
l. Peter was in the garden. Who was in the garden?
2. The little children were in the garden. Who were in the garden?
3. My aunt has got a nice garden. Who has got a nice garden?
4. My grandparents have got a nice house. Who have got a nice house?
5. Mary is late. Who is late.
6. Mary and Jane are late. Who are late?
7. Sam likes to travel. Who likes to travel?
8. The boys like to travel. Who like to travel?
9. Our friends can help us. Who can help us?
10. My sister went shopping. Who went shopping?
Fill in “There is, There are, There was” or “There were”.
1. Our park is nice. There is a good playground there.
2. There was an old house near our school a year ago. Now there is a new playground there.
3. There are some strawberries in the fridge. You can take them.
4. There were some bananas in the bag. Where are they now?
5. There are a lot of apples in autumn.
6. There were a lot of apples last autumn.
7. There is a stadium and three playgrounds near our house. We can play sports every day.
8. There are three playgrounds and a stadium near our house. We always play sports after school.
9. There are three apples and a banana in the fridge. You can give them to Sam.
10. There are a banana and three apples in the fridge. Can we make fruit salad?
Fill in “There is” or “It is”.
1. There is a large bookshop near the park.
2. It is a large bookshop. My mother sometimes buys English books there.
3. It is a nice sports ground. Everybody likes it.
4. There is a nice sports ground near our school. Everybody goes there after school.
5. It is for your brother, not for you.
6. There is something interesting in the box.
7. It is a very interesting story.
8. There is a new picture on the table.
9. Ann thinks it is toy, but I am sure it is a bird.
10. It is winter. There is a lot os snow in the forest.
Make questions. Give short answers.
1. — Is there a lake in the forest?
– Yes, there is.
2. Are there a lot of flowers in the park?
– Yes, there are.
3. — Are there a lot of trees in the garden?
– Yes, there are.
4. — Is there a playground near your school?
– Yes, there is.
5. — WEre there thirty pupils in your class last year?
– Yes, there were.
6. — Was there a swimming pool near your school three years ago?
– Yes, there was.
7. — Are there any mountains there?
– Yes, there are.
8. — Are the mountains beautiful?
— Yes, they are.
9. — Is it a new stadium?
– Yes, it is.
10. — Is there a new stadium near your house?
— Yes, there is.
Make questions. Give short answers.
1. — Is football his favourite game? — Yes, it is. (Football is his favourite game.)
2. — Does Ann collect postcards? — Yes, she does. (Ann collects postcards.)
3. — Was the book dull? — Yes, it was. (The book was dull.)
4. — Was there a book on the shelf? — Yes, there was. (There was a book on the shelf.)
5. — Does the school year start in September. — Yes, it does. (The school year starts in September.)
6. — Does his mother finish work at 6 o’clock? — Yes, she does. (His mother finishes work at 6 o’clock.)
7. — Do they study English? Yes, they do. (They study English.)
8. — Did they study English. Yes, they did. (They studied English.)
9. — Does he study English? Yes, he does. (He studies English.)
10. — Will they be friendly? Yes, they will. (They will be friendly.)
Make questions.
1. — When were they at the History Museum? — Last May. (They were at the History Museum last May.)
2. — Where was he last week? — At the circus. (He was at the circus last week.)
3. — Why could she come? — She could come because she was ready.
4. — What colour was the box? — White. (The box was white.)
5. — How old was your uncle in 2000? — Forty. (My uncle was 40 in 2000.)
6. — When did they play chess? — In the evening. (They played chess in the evening.)
7. — What did they open? — The box. (They opened the box. )
8. — How many cities did they visit? — Five. (They visited five cities.)
9. — What did he take? — The book. (He took the book.)
10. — How much did the game last? — Thirty minutes. (The game lasted thirty minutes.)
Make questions.
1. — When did she learn to read? — She learned to read when she was five.
2. — What do the children learn? — The children learn new words.
3. — What does Bob learn? — Bob learns how to swim.
4. — What did Helen learn to do? — Helen learned how to use the computer.
5. — Who learnt how to do sums? — Jane learned how to do sums.
6. — Who taught Jack how to read? — Jack’s mother taught him how to read.
7. — What Ann’s grandmotehr taught her to do? — Ann’s grandmother taught her how to cook.
8. — How much time does he spend outdoor? — He spends two hours outdoors.
9. — How many days did they spend in the country? — They spent a day in the country.
10. — Where do they spend their days off? — They spend their days off in the country.
Make alternative questions.
1. — Are the stories interesting or dull? — The stories are interesting. (dull)
2. — Is the room tidy or untidy? — The room is tidy. (untidy)
3. — Are we wrong or right? — We are right. (wrong)
4. — Do they study English or Italian? — They study English at school. (Italian)
5. — Does she collect dolls or postcards? — She collects dolls. (postcards)
6. — Is he fond of swimming or running? — He is fond of swimming. (running)
7. — Does she come home at 3 or 4 o’clock? — She comes home at 3 o’clock. (at 4 o’clock)
8. — Do you spend much time indoors or outdoors? I spend much time outdoors. (indoors)
9. — Did you spend two or three days in London? — I spent two days in London. (three)
10. — Did he use a pen or a pencil? — He used a pencil. (a pen)
Write a tag for each sentence.
1. They could help you, couldn’t they?
2. They go there every day, don’t they?
3. They went there every day, didn’t they?
4. He wrote the exercise, didn’t he?
5. We have got something to tell her, haven’t we?
6. There is something interesting in the box, isn’t there?
7. Mrs. Smith spends her holidays in Finland, doesn’t she?
8. Mr. White spent his holidays in London, didn’t he?
9. Helen sent a lot of postcards, didn’t she?
10. Helen sends a lot of postcards, doesn’t she?
Fiii in “to” where necessary.
1. I learned to swim when I was five.
2. When I was five I could swim.
3. I cannot play tennis, but I can play football.
4. I like to play football.
5. I want to play football.
6. Who taught you to play football?
7. Let’splay football!
8. You mustn’t play football here.
9. Who wants to use the computer now?
10. I don’t know how to use the telephone.
Fill in the suitable form of the verb “read”: to read, read, reads, reading.
1. She reads English books.
2. She’d like to read the book.
3. I’d like to read the book.
4. She can read English books.
5. She enjoys reading his books.
6. We enjoy reading his books.
7. The book is worth reading.
8. Do they want to read the book?
9. She wants to read the questions.
10. He decided to read the book.
Complete the sentences using the verbs in brackets. The Present Continuous or the Present Simple?
1. (do) He is doing his homework at the moment.
2. (do) He does his homework in the evening.
3. (work) They are working now.
4. (work) They work every Saturday.
5. (cry) She is criyng. What’s wrong?
6. (cry) She always cries a lot.
7. (play) I Play the piano every day.
8. (play) I am playing the piano now.
9. (go) We go to the park after classes.
10. (go) We are going to the park at the moment.
Complete the sentences using the verbs in brackets. The Present Continuous or the Present Simple?
1. I know the cat. It usually sits (sit) in the garden and watches (watch) birds.
2. Don’t give it to the kitten now. It is sleeping (sleep).
3. Don’t go to the park! It is raining (rain).
4. Take an umbrella. It is raining (rain).
5. Let’s go to the park and make a snowman. It snowing (snow).
6. Put on your gloves. It is snowing (snow).
7. The kitten sometimes plays (play) with my shoes.
8. It sometimes rains (rain) in August.
9. It often rains (rain) in October.
10. It usually snows (snow) in February.
Write negative sentences.
1. They meet her at school. They don’t meet her at schooi.
2. They eat chocolate. They don’t eat chocolate.
3. She speaks Russian. She doesn’t speak Russian.
4. Mr Pavlov goes to France by train. Mr Pavlov doesn’t go to France by train.
5. They are happy. They aren’t happy.
6. They were tired. They weren’t tired.
7. They go shopping in the afternoon. They don’t go shopping in the afternoon.
8. The boys go to school on Saturday. The boys don’t go to school on Saturday.
9. The boys went to school on Saturday. The boys didn’t go to school on Saturday.
10. The Smiths spent their holidays at the seaside. The Smiths didn’t spend their holidays at the seaside.
Make negative sentences using never.
1. We don’t meet him in the library. We never meet him in the library.
2. They don’t drink coffee. They never drink coffee.
3. Mary doesn’t speak English. Mary never speaks English.
4. Mr. Orlov doesn’t travel by ship. Mr Orlov never travels by ship.
5. They don’t swim in winter. They never swim in winter.
6. Mother didn’t feed my pets. Mother never fed my pets.
7. Granny doesn’t go shopping in the afternoon. Granny never goes shopping in the afternoon.
8. The pupils don’t go to school on Saturday. The pupils never go to school on Saturday.
9. The pupils didn’t go to school on Saturday. The pupils never went to school on Saturday.
10. The Smiths didn’t spend their days off at the seaside. The Smiths never spent their days off at the seaside.
Write questions using the words in brackets. The Past Simple or the Present Perfect?
1. you / be (ever) Have you ever been there?
2. you / be (when) When did you be there?
3. you / see (yet) Have you seen the film yet?
4. you / be (already) Have you already been there?
5. he / be (ever) Has he ever been interested in collecting stamps?
6. he / be (when) When did he be interested in collecting stamps?
7. you / see (ever) Have you ever seen a kangaroo?
8. you / see (when) When did you see a kangaroo?
9. you / visit (yet) Have you visited the museum yet?
10. you / visit (when) When did you visit the museum?
Write the plural.
1. Polly’s grandfathers (grandfather) are policemen (policeman).
2. There are five churches (church) in our town.
3. The Turners like to visit big cities (city) and small towns (town).
4. He never speaks about his journeys(journey).
5. My uncle is not married. He has no children (child).
6. Mr Wilson’s brothers are salesmen (salesman).
7. The businessmen’s (businessman’s) wives (wife) are at the theatre now.
8. My parents (parent) spend their holidays (holiday) at the seaside.
9. My cousins (cousin) often have parties (party).
10. Mice (mouse) are usually grey.
Which is right? Complete the sentences.
1. It often rains (rain / rains / is raining) here.
2. It is raining (rain / rains / is raining) at the moment.
3. Does it snow (Does it snow / Is it snowing) in November?
4. Did (Was / Did) it snow last November?
5. Is it snowing (Does it snow / Is it snowing) now?
6. Does (Is / Does) it often rain in May?
7. Does (Is / Does) he like to read(read / reading) English books?
8. — Who likes (like / likes) to play the (a / the / -) piano? — They do (like / do / likes).
9. We are (am / is / are) doing (do / doing) sums now. We like (like / likes) to do sums.
10. — Who looks (look / looks) after the dog? — The boys’ (boys / boys’) mother does (do / does / looks).
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